Featured on 'The Land Report Top Ten' list both in the 2013 Winter edition and the 2014 Spring edition and in the Wall Street Journal, located in Las Animas County, Colorado on the New Mexico border, Crazy French Ranch is recognized as a jewel of southern Colorado, boasting nearly 40,000 deeded acres of breathtaking landscape that includes grassy meadows, mountainsides of Ponderosa pine, fir and Aspen, rugged rock escarpments, steep ravines, and much of the top of Fishers Peak, which at over 9,600 feet may be the highest point in the U.S. from Trinidad, Colorado east to the Atlantic Ocean. The original Santa Fe Trail wound through the property. Highlights: Hunting/conservation ranch; no existing conservation easements. Multiple water features including springs, ponds, wells, and seasonal streams. Borders James M. John and Lake Dorothey State Wildlife Areas. Has a long history of successful North American large game safaris. Fishers Peak is believed to be the highest point in the U.S. from Trinidad, Colorado east to the Atlantic Ocean. Prime habitat that supports 7 big game animal species: elk, deer, pronghorn, puma, bear, bison, and Turkey; Bison herd conveys with sale. Acreage referenced herein is only estimated and is not guaranteed. Buyer should independently verify acreage with a survey if it is material to them. Property subject to 30-day right of first right of refusal, hunting lease, and grazing lease.